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Dainty and Demure are words that simply do not do justice in describing this burly band of ballerinas beautifully named “Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo” or fondly,”the Trocks” for short.

For over 30 years, this professional all-male ballet troupe has been amusing and amazing audiences around the globe with their enchanting performances. It is through parody, playful exaggeration and perfect timing that the Trocks create an unforgettable transforming experience that pushes the limits on the World of Dance as we know it.

Truly a renowned international dance sensation with 30 countries and over 500 cities worldwide under their tu-tus, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, live their dream as graceful diva drag queens with every show.

Black Swan takes a back seat to these big boys of ballet who are master entertainers.

Don’t miss the excitement and a chance to laugh until it hurts!  

A creative and comedic twist of the classics awaits!

The male dancers are in rare form, dressed in frilly frocks and pointe-shoes. The spirit of dance interpretation splendidly soars to new heights.

The Trocks kick off their 2012 U.S. Tour schedule this month.

Spotlight: The Moran Theater/Times Union Center – Jacksonville, Florida

Date: Tuesday; January 31, 2012

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Tickets: $35+

Group Discounts Available.

For more information, visit the Artist Series Box Office online.

Or, call 904-632-3373/800-860-BWAY.

Not in Jacksonville…no worries.

“Mark Your Calendar” for a tour date coming to a city near you:

January 24; Harris Theater – Chicago, IL

February 2; Kravis Center – West Palm Beach, FL

February 9; Jackson Hall – Davis, CA

February 11; Broadway Center – Tacoma, WA

Visit the Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo official website for the complete tour schedule and more information on the ballet company’s history, dancer bios and published reviews.

Photo Images Courtesy of the Artists Series Jacksonville and Sascha Vaughn.

 

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